Roghudi - Roccaforte Bike Climb - PJAMM Cycling

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FIETS
3.6 mi
DISTANCE
1,429 ft
GAINED
7.2 %
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Page Contributor(s): Bruce Hamilton and Stacy Topping, Midway, Utah

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This 3.6 mile bike climb is located in Calabria, Italy. The average gradient is 7.2% and there is a total elevation gain of 1,429 ft, finishing at 2,999 ft.

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Cycling Roghudi Roccaforte

Ride 5.8 kilometers gaining 436 meters at 7.2% average grade.

Summary by PJAMM ambassador Bruce Hamilton, Midway, Utah.

This climb starts at the bottom of the canyon at an old bridge that is also the launching point for the Roghudi Vecchio climb. Like that one, this one is also very remote and difficult to access by car. This climb ends in a village at the top of the hill but from the looks of the road few cars venture past the village and down to the start of this climb. The road surface is poor in the beginning but slowly improves as you climb out of the canyon up toward the village. There are many views of the abandoned ghost town of Roghudi Vecchio as you climb the switchbacks up this one. No people out here – we would not recommend doing this climb or the Roghudi Vecchio climb alone – a mechanical or mishap would leave you very isolated. Breathtaking terrain and great remote atmosphere makes up for how difficult to access these two climbs are.